One of the performers at our annual Gifts of Hope Food Pantry Telethon, Belmont troubador James Waugh, was mistakenly not included in our edited feature of the musical performances that day. We now include it here: http://goo.gl/OwP4fg
with apology to Mr, Waugh who has performed on stage at nearly 1000 separate organized public events held in and around the Greater Boston area as well as at organized public musical events in Moscow, Russian Federation, Leipzig, Germany, and Paris, France.
No worries If you missed coverage of the annual Gifts of Hope Belmont Food Pantry Telethon with all of our marvelous musical guests because we've got them all here OnDemand: http://goo.gl/bejHXW
Includes piano students of Ani Hovsepian, violinist Haig Hovsepian, BHS Freshman String Quartet, Mike Tymm and Liz Melone, James Waugh, Madrigal Singers, Darrell and Pamela Griffin, Comfort Street, and The Loomers. Thanks to all of the performers who donated their time and talent for the telethon!
Belmont Citizen Herald Reports now OnDemand: http://goo.gl/7dgg8V
Editor Joanna Tzouvelis speaks with Belmont homeowners Katherine and Murat Bicer about their experience with PBS featuring their home in a This Old House restoration/alteration project. Includes a guided tour through the house with Tom Silva.
This Thursday, December 10th, we will be taping an episode of Focus on Health and are looking for volunteers. This will be an hour long panel discussion starting at 7:00 PM at Belmont Media Center Studio A. Crew call will be at 6:30 PM. We need two camera operators. If interested, please call 617-484-2443 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are still plenty of volunteer camera operator positions that need to be filled for the 2015 Gifts of Hope Telethon. This annual event is a live five-hour program presented by the Belmont Media Center and Belmont Citizen-Herald to raise monetary and food donations for the Belmont Food Pantry. Live entertainment and interviews with local guests will be happening throughout the day. Santa will make a guest appearance. The telethon will take place on Saturday, December 12th from 12-5 PM, and will be live on all three BMC channels.
Belmont Historical Society presents Barbara F. Berenson now OnDemand: http://goo.gl/eFkFKw
Berenson speaks about the topics in her new book: Boston's leading abolitionists and historic events here that shaped the conflict that became our Civil War.